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    vliam 1096 2012-03-13 21:51:32.0 login to vote score 3
    It's okay by me as long as they don't expect me to subsidize the breeders.

    And don't even think about asking for a day off to give birth.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-13 21:51:39.0 login to vote score 8
    Defend this, Phildo.
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-13 22:03:39.0 login to vote score 3

    paranoyd: Defend this, Phildo.

    +1 for "Phildo". LOL!
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-13 22:04:03.0 login to vote score 0
    Phildo Pherp
    code_7 6865 2012-03-13 22:11:12.0 login to vote score 2
    swingingjohnson: +1 for "Phildo". LOL!

    meh, I still prefer Sonic the Phaildo...
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-13 22:18:02.0 login to vote score 1
    code_7: meh, I still prefer Sonic the Phaildo...

    So many possibilities!
    vushtrriboy 3085 2012-03-13 22:20:00.0 login to vote score 7
    The results of a successful argument that religious freedom can be imposed on others.
    cousin dupree 3964 2012-03-13 22:20:02.0 login to vote score 5
    You do realize that there's a serious amount of stupid going on in this country right now.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-13 22:20:36.0 login to vote score 5
    vushtrriboy: The results of a successful argument that religious freedom can be imposed on others.

    The slope is becoming slippery indeed.
    gradivus 3607 2012-03-13 22:22:45.0 login to vote score 2
    cousin dupree: You do realize that there's a serious amount of stupid going on in this country right now.

    Theres always been this much stupid, sometimes even more, theres just more media coverage of it now.
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-13 22:27:14.0 login to vote score 0
    cousin dupree: You do realize that there's a serious amount of stupid going on in this country right now.

    Yeah. Why is that?
    iadtatami 682 2012-03-13 22:32:02.0 login to vote score 15
    And why shouldn't employers have the right to fire their employees for any/all/no reason, as they see fit? Why shouldn't employers have the right to require their employees to surrender their medical records, bN handles, facebook passwords and privacy?

    Why shouldn't business owners have the right to discriminate against black people and homosexuals?

    Fucking feudalism, is what it is. The nobles have the right to do as they like, and the peasants have the right to suffer as they must.
    vushtrriboy 3085 2012-03-13 22:40:05.0 login to vote score 4
    iadtatami: And why shouldn't employers have the right to fire their employees for any/all/no reason, as they see fit? Why shouldn't employers have the right to require their employees to surrender their medical records, bN handles, facebook passwords and privacy?

    Why shouldn't business owners have the right to discriminate against black people and homosexuals?

    Fucking feudalism, is what it is. The nobles have the right to do as they like, and the peasants have the right to suffer as they must.


    ROFL, anything else is just entitlement! For the wrong people. That is. wait,..
    sabine 745 2012-03-13 22:41:45.0 login to vote score 4
    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act would like a word.
    so vote republican 6688 2012-03-13 23:38:26.0 login to vote score 6
    This entire problem is created by employer funded healthcare.

    Remove that, remove the problem. POOF.

    It's an entirely invented issue for the Reps and Dems to make LOUD NOISES over.
    iadtatami 682 2012-03-14 00:19:54.0 login to vote score 9
    "If things were the way they should be, instead of the ways things are, this wouldn't even be a problem.

    Therefore, this isn't a legitimate issue. Even though it's happening."
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-14 00:30:55.0 login to vote score 3
    so vote republican: This entire problem is created by employer funded healthcare.

    Remove that, remove the problem. POOF.

    It's an entirely invented issue for the Reps and Dems to make LOUD NOISES over.


    Ask yourself; How did employer funded healthcare start?

    It started because employers wanted healthy people working for them for the long haul.

    Now since that factor has been taken out of the American work force, you can all go fuck yourselves and die. But not even with dignity.

    Fuck REPUBLICANS. They deserve to go the way of the Whig party.
    so vote republican 6688 2012-03-14 00:54:58.0 login to vote score 3
    swingingjohnson: Ask yourself; How did employer funded healthcare start?

    It started because employers wanted healthy people working for them for the long haul.


    No, actually. It occurred during WWII due to wage and price controls. From wikipedia:

    Employer-sponsored health insurance plans dramatically expanded as a result of wage controls during World War II.[6] The labor market was tight because of the increased demand for goods and decreased supply of workers during the war. Federally imposed wage and price controls prohibited manufacturers and other employers raising wages high enough to attract sufficient workers. When the War Labor Board declared that fringe benefits, such as sick leave and health insurance, did not count as wages for the purpose of wage controls, employers responded with significantly increased benefits.[6] Between 1940 and 1950, the total number of people enrolled in health insurance plans grew from 20,662,000 to 142,334,000,[9] and by 1958, 75% of Americans had some form of health coverage.[10]

    It is a government created problem, and now we get to watch them fight over it.

    Because they love and care about us.
    swingingjohnson 175 2012-03-14 01:13:50.0 login to vote score 2
    so vote republican: No, actually. It occurred during WWII due to wage and price controls. From wikipedia:

    Employer-sponsored health insurance plans dramatically expanded as a result of wage controls during World War II.[6] The labor market was tight because of the increased demand for goods and decreased supply of workers during the war. Federally imposed wage and price controls prohibited manufacturers and other employers raising wages high enough to attract sufficient workers. When the War Labor Board declared that fringe benefits, such as sick leave and health insurance, did not count as wages for the purpose of wage controls, employers responded with significantly increased benefits.[6] Between 1940 and 1950, the total number of people enrolled in health insurance plans grew from 20,662,000 to 142,334,000,[9] and by 1958, 75% of Americans had some form of health coverage.[10]

    It is a government created problem, and now we get to watch them fight over it.

    Because they love and care about us.


    Oh.


    Shut up!
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 04:06:10.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: Defend this, Phildo.


    Sounds like hyperbole to me about the right to fire an employee for taking BCPs. It makes no logical sense.

    I do believe the employer has a right to decide what level of coverage he is willing to pay and provide his employees however. If the employee does not like the coverage they are free to get a job elsewhere where the benefits may be more to their liking.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 04:10:20.0 login to vote score 0
    swingingjohnson: Ask yourself; How did employer funded healthcare start?

    It started because employers wanted healthy people working for them for the long haul.

    Now since that factor has been taken out of the American work force, you can all go fuck yourselves and die. But not even with dignity.
    .



    Sounds like employer funded health insurance (not care) is a "luxury" not a requirement.

    Is it a law that an employer MUST provide health insurance to it employees?

    bed_circus 10316 2012-03-14 04:14:01.0 login to vote score 4
    The husband creature says we can't move to the micronesian islands because they will be underwater in a few years. But if the stupid in this country keeps up the way it is, I don't think I'd mind lying on a beach somewhere while the tide rolls in permanently.
    eddyatwork 998 2012-03-14 04:24:18.0 login to vote score 3
    And people wonder why I'm so critical about employers dictating behavior on personal time?
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 04:24:37.0 login to vote score 0
    sabine: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act would like a word.


    How does that come into play in regards to what the employer has to pay for in health insurance? ... and this does not seem to discriminate on any of the levels from Title VII either.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 04:25:31.0 login to vote score 0
    eddyatwork: And people wonder why I'm so critical about employers dictating behavior on personal time?


    You are right, they should mind their own business outside of work.
    sloth 222 2012-03-14 04:33:42.0 login to vote score 4
    eddyatwork: And people wonder why I'm so critical about employers dictating behavior on personal time?

    And people wonder why I keep saying that our system has to be rebuilt from the bottom up in a fashion that takes the employers right the fuck out of health care decisions entirely. Imagine if your car insurance was tied to your employment, and your boss got to choose which insurance coverage was best for you. Does that makes sense?
    eddyatwork 998 2012-03-14 04:37:01.0 login to vote score 0
    sloth: And people wonder why I keep saying that our system has to be rebuilt from the bottom up in a fashion that takes the employers right the fuck out of health care decisions entirely. Imagine if your car insurance was tied to your employment, and your boss got to choose which insurance coverage was best for you. Does that makes sense?

    You know, that's a beautiful analogy and I'm going to use it from now on.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 04:39:19.0 login to vote score 0
    sloth: And people wonder why I keep saying that our system has to be rebuilt from the bottom up in a fashion that takes the employers right the fuck out of health care decisions entirely. Imagine if your car insurance was tied to your employment, and your boss got to choose which insurance coverage was best for you. Does that makes sense?



    John McCain had the plan to just that. But he wan't a shiny and handsome novelty.
    pajamas 7950 2012-03-14 06:29:18.0 login to vote score 6
    the sonic dildo: John McCain had the plan to just that. But he wan't a shiny and handsome novelty.

    In order for McCain's plan to work, all we would need is for employers to act completely differently than they traditionally have acted ever in history.
    jimmythehutt 2751 2012-03-14 06:33:10.0 login to vote score 2
    sloth: And people wonder why I keep saying that our system has to be rebuilt from the bottom up in a fashion that takes the employers right the fuck out of health care decisions entirely. Imagine if your car insurance was tied to your employment, and your boss got to choose which insurance coverage was best for you. Does that makes sense?

    How exactly would that work? Individual rates are prohibitively expensive for a great many people.
    whitebread 3463 2012-03-14 06:37:45.0 login to vote score 1
    iadtatami: "If things were the way they should be, instead of the ways things are, this wouldn't even be a problem.

    Therefore, this isn't a legitimate issue. Even though it's happening."


    Ohai untrustworthy!

    /snicker
    ricardo shadowban 8391 2012-03-14 06:46:19.0 login to vote score 1
    so vote republican: It is a government created problem, and now we get to watch them fight over it.

    Forced, FORCED to offer healthcare to get the best employees!
    bake 2096 2012-03-14 06:48:09.0 login to vote score 2
    swingingjohnson: Phildo Pherp

    Phildo Derp
    bake 2096 2012-03-14 06:49:27.0 login to vote score 0
    gradivus: Theres always been this much stupid, sometimes even more, theres just more media coverage of it now.

    ther has always been stupid, but it is gettin a better foothold daily now
    nately's whore 9170 2012-03-14 06:53:15.0 login to vote score 4
    jimmythehutt: How exactly would that work? Individual rates are prohibitively expensive for a great many people.

    Single payer.
    jimmythehutt 2751 2012-03-14 06:55:28.0 login to vote score 1
    nately's whore: Single payer.

    That's highly unlikely in the U.S. The end result of decoupling health insurance from employment is going to result in a lower customer base paying insanely high rates. I don't really see how that's going to help any part of the situation.

    Well, it will help the employers.
    jimmythehutt 2751 2012-03-14 06:56:28.0 login to vote score 1
    On an article related note, I'd just like to mention how much I hate this state sometimes.
    brazil 316 2012-03-14 06:57:17.0 login to vote score 4
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 07:13:04.0 login to vote score 0
    pajamas: In order for McCain's plan to work, all we would need is for employers to act completely differently than they traditionally have acted ever in history

    •Cool from whitebread
    •Cool from quick1



    OK you three, with the attention to pajamas.... WTF do you mean by that?

    The goal was to empower the employee by offering plans that the employee owns and purchases themselves. Of course the it was going to be funded by after tax dollars so the government could fund the deductables.

    No surprise teh unions had issues with that.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 07:15:40.0 login to vote score 0
    jimmythehutt: How exactly would that work? Individual rates are prohibitively expensive for a great many people.


    The McCain plan offered High Deductable Catatstrophic insurance, whith government taking care of the deductibles. It was real insurance, that the indidual owned.

    High Deductable insurance has low monthly premiums.
    fatsean 3838 2012-03-14 07:16:23.0 login to vote score 1
    Oh man, since Dems are just like Republicans that means Obama is gonna start this when he is re-elected.
    so vote republican: This entire problem is created by employer funded healthcare.

    Remove that, remove the problem. POOF.

    It's an entirely invented issue for the Reps and Dems to make LOUD NOISES over.


    Replace it with what? We've seen flaws in the idea of employer provided health care but it was implemented for a very good reason.
    fatsean 3838 2012-03-14 07:19:02.0 login to vote score 2
    so vote republican:
    It is a government created problem, and now we get to watch them fight over it.

    Because they love and care about us.


    Sounds more like a clever way to cock punch the greedy corporations trying to make more money to the detriment of the war effort :P


    nately's whore 9170 2012-03-14 07:19:45.0 login to vote score 0
    fatsean:
    We've seen flaws in the idea of employer provided health care but it was implemented for a very good reason.


    What very good reason?
    little hands of concrete 1804 2012-03-14 07:29:17.0 login to vote score 3
    the sonic dildo: Sounds like hyperbole to me about the right to fire an employee for taking BCPs. It makes no logical sense.

    I do believe the employer has a right to decide what level of coverage he is willing to pay and provide his employees however. If the employee does not like the coverage they are free to get a job elsewhere where the benefits may be more to their liking.


    Well, at least your consistent in your irrationality in this matter.


    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 07:30:49.0 login to vote score 0
    little hands of concrete: Well, at least your consistent in your irrationality in this matter.


    What is irrational?
    fatsean 3838 2012-03-14 07:31:51.0 login to vote score 0
    nately's whore: What very good reason?

    Someone quoted a paragraph on that above. Patriotic American companies were poaching workers from the war effort.
    little hands of concrete 1804 2012-03-14 07:39:17.0 login to vote score 5
    the sonic dildo: What is irrational?

    Your entire stance on the employer has the right to dictate which coverage their employees get ... What if the employer decides he doesn't want heart issues covered? Diabetes? Etc. Do you also assume that the employers are also paying the full boat of the premium, so they get the final say of what is covered? You have abandoned common sense in order to, somehow, rationalize why dumbass republicans/conservatives have "won" or should "win" on this whole birth control debacle. I am being generous in suggesting that, at some point, you had common sense.


    whitebread 3463 2012-03-14 07:41:44.0 login to vote score 1
    fatsean: Oh man, since Dems are just like Republicans that means Obama is gonna start this when he is re-elected.


    Replace it with what? We've seen flaws in the idea of employer provided health care but it was implemented for a very good reason.


    Lack of anything else is not necessarily a "good" reason, though it is a reason.
    whitebread 3463 2012-03-14 07:47:38.0 login to vote score 0
    It wasn't "just" poaching, there were several factors over the last century that created the employer-based system. A good, relatively short overview can be found at eh.net/encyclopedia/article/thomasson.insurance.health.us
    fatsean 3838 2012-03-14 07:51:09.0 login to vote score 1
    whitebread: Lack of anything else is not necessarily a "good" reason, though it is a reason.

    Well it was kind of a side effect really. Then at some point offering insurance became mandatory for businesses of a certain size. I'd like to see some kind of "bare minimum free service" funded by taxes. The argument over what constitutes bare minimum would be quite interesting.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:06:47.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: Sounds like hyperbole to me about the right to fire an employee for taking BCPs. It makes no logical sense.

    I do believe the employer has a right to decide what level of coverage he is willing to pay and provide his employees however. If the employee does not like the coverage they are free to get a job elsewhere where the benefits may be more to their liking.


    Hyperbole? Do you know what that word means? This is real, man. They are doing this, or at least giving it the old college try. It's disgusting, and no employer should have this right.
    pajamas 7950 2012-03-14 08:08:54.0 login to vote score 3
    the sonic dildo: OK you three, with the attention to pajamas.... WTF do you mean by that?

    The goal was to empower the employee by offering plans that the employee owns and purchases themselves. Of course the it was going to be funded by after tax dollars so the government could fund the deductables.

    No surprise teh unions had issues with that.


    His plan removed the incentive businesses had to offer insuance, assuming that once they stopped doing so that they would increase wages by thousands iof dollars. This is not concurrent with reality
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:12:15.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: John McCain had the plan to just that. But he wan't a shiny and handsome novelty.

    You mean a black guy.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:13:57.0 login to vote score -1
    little hands of concrete: Your entire stance on the employer has the right to dictate which coverage their employees get ... What if the employer decides he doesn't want heart issues covered? Diabetes? Etc. Do you also assume that the employers are also paying the full boat of the premium, so they get the final say of what is covered? You have abandoned common sense in order to, somehow, rationalize why dumbass republicans/conservatives have "won" or should "win" on this whole birth control debacle. I am being generous in suggesting that, at some point, you had common sense.

    •Cool from fatsean




    I am only speaking in regards to the law. Your "what ifs" are what is completely irrational. The law does not give the employer leeway to provide insurance that does not cover medical conditions like diabetes.

    You are the one who has abandoned common sense, as has the entire left wing on this issue. The argument is about "contaception" not reatment of medical conditions. I hae not seen or heard even one argument that makes a valid case for contraception as a mandate.

    All left wing arguments fall short of the logic test in this issue.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:18:35.0 login to vote score 4
    the sonic dildo: I am only speaking in regards to the law. Your "what ifs" are what is completely irrational. The law does not give the employer leeway to provide insurance that does not cover medical conditions like diabetes.

    You are the one who has abandoned common sense, as has the entire left wing on this issue. The argument is about "contaception" not reatment of medical conditions. I hae not seen or heard even one argument that makes a valid case for contraception as a mandate.


    Yes you have, you just don't recognize them.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:19:42.0 login to vote score 0
    ^^^ •Uncool from paranoyd ^^^

    what the matter bro? Don't like the truth?
    so vote republican 6688 2012-03-14 08:20:57.0 login to vote score 0
    Oh man, since Dems are just like Republicans that means Obama is gonna start this when he is re-elected.

    They are not just the same. The net result is very similar (war/spending/broad issues remain unsolved).

    Replace it with what? We've seen flaws in the idea of employer provided health care but it was implemented for a very good reason.

    "But that's the way we've always done it!" is a rather conservative viewpoint.

    Single-payer by the individual state is always something I've said would work, and have the advantage of being, you know, Constitutional.


    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:22:06.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: Yes you have, you just don't recognize them.

    I have them all so far. All of them fall short and are nothing more than despeate false equivalences.

    Yesterday I hear a left winger trying to make the comparison between a vasectomy and contraception. that was funny. Yes health plans cover vasectomies, and on the female side they cover tubal ligations.

    Go get a tubal ligation whroes, those are covered.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:25:54.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: ^^^ •Uncool from paranoyd ^^^

    what the matter bro? Don't like the truth?


    From you I've never heard it.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:26:58.0 login to vote score 3
    the sonic dildo: I have them all so far. All of them fall short and are nothing more than despeate false equivalences.

    Yesterday I hear a left winger trying to make the comparison between a vasectomy and contraception. that was funny. Yes health plans cover vasectomies, and on the female side they cover tubal ligations.

    Go get a tubal ligation whroes, those are covered.


    And much more terribly invasive and not reversible like many vasectomies.

    Disgusting.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:39:14.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: And much more terribly invasive and not reversible like many vasectomies. Disgusting.


    I am just making the correct coreleations here. You obviously have no idea what the truth or the facts are.

    The reversability of either of these procedures is neveer guaranteed either, and not part of why anyone gets them. They are designed to be permanent. Why you felt the need to add that point into the argument is odd as well.
    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 08:39:32.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: Sounds like hyperbole to me about the right to fire an employee for taking BCPs. It makes no logical sense.

    ...


    Huh? Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. How is this a rhetorical device or figure of speech?
    whitebread 3463 2012-03-14 08:41:16.0 login to vote score 1
    fatsean: Well it was kind of a side effect really. Then at some point offering insurance became mandatory for businesses of a certain size. I'd like to see some kind of "bare minimum free service" funded by taxes. The argument over what constitutes bare minimum would be quite interesting.

    As far as the ACA, it's pretty much over. It will come down to "don't like the choices your state Leg made? Move."
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:43:33.0 login to vote score 0
    quinblake: Huh? Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. How is this a rhetorical device or figure of speech?


    How? Saying someone could be fired for simply using BCPs. The actual "law" was not quoted, rather this was simply comentary on it. So yes, hyperbole.

    As if tje left has never resorted to gross exaggerhtion to distort the truth before quin.

    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 08:45:02.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: How? Saying someone could be fired for simply using BCPs. The actual "law" was not quoted, rather this was simply comentary on it. So yes, hyperbole.

    As if tje left has never resorted to gross exaggerhtion to distort the truth before quin.


    Do you even read the articles?
    "The Arizona bill has, incredibly, already passed one house"
    selectivedisclosure 45 2012-03-14 08:46:07.0 login to vote score 1
    jimmythehutt: How exactly would that work? Individual rates are prohibitively expensive for a great many people.

    Sounds like he could benefit from some volunteer work in his community. Some people are just out of touch, and need a reminder of how little m many people live on in this country.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:46:41.0 login to vote score 0
    whitebread: As far as the ACA, it's pretty much over. It will come down to "don't like the choices your state Leg made? Move."

    Really... the ACA... (AKA ObamaCare) is now a state program?

    You think it is settled as well? It is going before the Supreme Court soon. Did you know that?
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:47:33.0 login to vote score 0
    quinblake: Do you even read the articles?"The Arizona bill has, incredibly, already passed one house"

    No quote of the actual law quin. That was what I was referring to and I thought I made that clear.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:48:26.0 login to vote score 2
    the sonic dildo: I am just making the correct coreleations here. You obviously have no idea what the truth or the facts are.

    The reversability of either of these procedures is neveer guaranteed either, and not part of why anyone gets them. They are designed to be permanent. Why you felt the need to add that point into the argument is odd as well.


    They are not equivalent. It's like saying clipping your fingernails is the same as amputating your finger. Both get rid of that pesky nail, yes.

    As far as them being reversible, it is a relevant point. I know you can't see that, though.
    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 08:54:04.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: No quote of the actual law quin. That was what I was referring to and I thought I made that clear.

    I didn't think it was a law yet. Isn't it just a bill at this point?
    pajamas 7950 2012-03-14 08:54:50.0 login to vote score 2
    paranoyd: Yes you have, you just don't recognize them.

    Including the fact that contraception acts as prophylactic care to avoid the condition known commonly as pregnancy. Insurance covers, luckily, many kinds of prophylactic care, which has been shown consistently to be the most cost effective care available.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:55:23.0 login to vote score 2
    quinblake: I didn't think it was a law yet. Isn't it just a bill at this point?

    "Oh, well, if it's not a law then it's just hyperbole, until it's not, then it's the fault of the left."
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 08:57:04.0 login to vote score 1
    pajamas: Including the fact that contraception acts as prophylactic care to avoid the condition known commonly as pregnancy. Insurance covers, luckily, many kinds of prophylactic care, which has been shown consistently to be the most cost effective care available.

    This is but another attack on women that Phildo has no problem with because it comes from the authoritarian right.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:57:28.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: They are not equivalent. It's like saying clipping your fingernails is the same as amputating your finger.

    They are both equaivalnet paranoyd. Just because one is a simpler procedure does not change the euivalence.

    The idea of comparing BCPs to vasectomies is retarded, and that was the original point.


    paranoyd: As far as them being reversible, it is a relevant point. I know you can't see that, though.

    Please don't try and pretend to know more about surgical outcomes now paranoyd, and that I can't see them.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 08:58:42.0 login to vote score 0
    pajamas: Including the fact that contraception acts as prophylactic care to avoid the condition known commonly as pregnancy. Insurance covers, luckily, many kinds of prophylactic care, which has been shown consistently to be the most cost effective care available.


    I've have already taken you apart on this pajamas. You are too dishonest to start again and waste my time with you however.
    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 08:59:09.0 login to vote score 3
    little hands of concrete 1804 2012-03-14 09:00:53.0 login to vote score 3
    the sonic dildo: I am only speaking in regards to the law. Your "what ifs" are what is completely irrational. The law does not give the employer leeway to provide insurance that does not cover medical conditions like diabetes.

    You are the one who has abandoned common sense, as has the entire left wing on this issue. The argument is about "contaception" not reatment of medical conditions. I hae not seen or heard even one argument that makes a valid case for contraception as a mandate.

    All left wing arguments fall short of the logic test in this issue.


    I wasn't talking about the law. I was commenting on your silly assertion of "I do believe the employer has a right to decide what level of coverage he is willing to pay and provide his employees however. If the employee does not like the coverage they are free to get a job elsewhere where the benefits may be more to their liking." in order to try to make yourself consistent in trying to "win" the birth control debacle. You're the one performing logic gymnastics and abandoning common sense. LOL. You lost. Get over it.


    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:04:57.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: They are both equaivalnet paranoyd. Just because one is a simpler procedure does not change the euivalence.

    The idea of comparing BCPs to vasectomies is retarded, and that was the original point.




    Please don't try and pretend to know more about surgical outcomes now paranoyd, and that I can't see them.


    No, sorry. You're wrong.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:05:24.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: I've have already taken you apart on this pajamas. You are too dishonest to start again and waste my time with you however.

    Stop being a dick. You're wrong.
    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 09:07:59.0 login to vote score 2
    paranoyd: Stop being a dick. You're wrong.

    Indeed, you know when the accusation of "dishonest" makes an appearance the poster is full of shit.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:08:21.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: No, sorry. You're wrong.


    I am not wrong, about any of this crap.


    paranoyd: Stop being a dick. You're wrong.

    I am not being a dick. Pajamas has done nothing but obfuscte the entire time.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:10:14.0 login to vote score 0
    quinblake: Indeed, you know when the accusation of "dishonest" makes an appearance the poster is full of shit.

    Oh quin, keep dreaming that is the case. You are a major culprit of being dishonest.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:12:26.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: I am not wrong, about any of this crap.




    I am not being a dick. Pajamas has done nothing but obfuscte the entire time.


    Just because she uses big words that you don't understand doesn't mean she's obfuscating.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:12:31.0 login to vote score 0
    little hands of concrete: I wasn't talking about the law.


    well that is kind of important now isn't it?


    little hands of concrete: You're the one performing logic gymnastics and abandoning common sense. LOL. You lost. Get over it.


    Riiiight. You don't even want to talk about the law, but I m the one who lost.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:12:50.0 login to vote score 2
    the sonic dildo: Oh quin, keep dreaming that is the case. You are a major culprit of being dishonest.

    Quinblake may be a lot of things, but dishonest has never been one of them that I've seen.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:13:01.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: Just because she uses big words that you don't understand doesn't mean she's obfuscating.


    Oh please..


    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:13:52.0 login to vote score 1
    the sonic dildo: Oh please..

    *flick*
    quinblake 1476 2012-03-14 09:15:11.0 login to vote score 3
    the sonic dildo: Oh quin, keep dreaming that is the case. You are a major culprit of being dishonest.

    We've been through this before, putting my name in the post does not make your statement any more valid or true.
    You've got nothing man, you're not even worth having a reasonable argument with at this point. Pathetic.
    little hands of concrete 1804 2012-03-14 09:18:53.0 login to vote score 2
    the sonic dildo: well that is kind of important now isn't it?





    Riiiight. You don't even want to talk about the law, but I m the one who lost.


    I believe I read that in 28 states, the law requires insurance companies to cover birth control pills. I also understand that insurance companies WANT to cover birth control pills because it makes common and financial sense. However, I was just countering your abandonment of common sense, as though you may have possessed some, in order to win on this issue.

    Do yourself a favor and just admit that dumbassery partisanship has caused you to stake out such a silly and irresponsible position and we can move onto other things. Like, why do 50% of republicans in Alabama and Mississippi believe that President Obama is a muslim and why isn't that an embarrassment to the GOP?


    spongegirl circleskirt 382 2012-03-14 09:19:38.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: Oh quin, keep dreaming that is the case. You are a major culprit of being dishonest.

    What meds are you on?
    osirisothedead 1858 2012-03-14 09:22:32.0 login to vote score 4
    spongegirl circleskirt: What meds are you on?

    For his impotence, mycoxafloppin.
    spongegirl circleskirt 382 2012-03-14 09:24:25.0 login to vote score 4
    osirisothedead: For his impotence, mycoxafloppin.

    May cause excessive hyperbole, hurring, derp, and trolling. Stop using mycoxafloppin if you have a sudden swelling of the head, myopic vison, or delusions of grandeur.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:30:03.0 login to vote score 0
    paranoyd: Quinblake may be a lot of things, but dishonest has never been one of them that I've seen.

    Not to you I'm sure.

    And I am not implyng she is a dishonest person either. Rather it is in her debating when she can't keep up.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:31:14.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: Not to you I'm sure.

    And I am not implyng she is a dishonest person either. Rather it is in her debating when she can't keep up.


    You're so far behind you thing you're first.
    paranoyd 6555 2012-03-14 09:31:27.0 login to vote score 0
    think, not thing.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:31:57.0 login to vote score 0
    quinblake: We've been through this before, putting my name in the post does not make your statement any more valid or true.You've got nothing man, you're not even worth having a reasonable argument with at this point. Pathetic.


    quin there have been numerous times I have encounterd and calle dyou out on our dishonesty. You making these bold assertions does not change what you and I both know.
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:32:38.0 login to vote score 0
    quin .. make that your dishonesty, not our
    spongegirl circleskirt 382 2012-03-14 09:32:56.0 login to vote score 0
    the sonic dildo: Not to you I'm sure.

    And I am not implyng she is a dishonest person either. Rather it is in her debating when she can't keep up.


    Implying? You outright said it.


    the sonic dildo: Oh quin, keep dreaming that is the case. You are a major culprit of being dishonest.

    Whatcha on, mang! I want some of that!
    the sonic dildo 11340 2012-03-14 09:33:17.0 login to vote score 0
    spongegirl circleskirt: What meds are you on?


    truth serum
    whitebread 3463 2012-03-14 09:33:28.0 login to vote score 1
    little hands of concrete: I believe I read that in 28 states, the law requires insurance companies to cover birth control pills. I also understand that insurance companies WANT to cover birth control pills because it makes common and financial sense. However, I was just countering your abandonment of common sense, as though you may have possessed some, in order to win on this issue.

    Do yourself a favor and just admit that dumbassery partisanship has caused you to stake out such a silly and irresponsible position and we can move onto other things. Like, why do 50% of republicans in Alabama and Mississippi believe that President Obama is a muslim and why isn't that an embarrassment to the GOP?


    According to Hannity, the new spin is that evil Dems are painting the South as racist and uneducated.

    Something about the possibility of footwear being properly sized...
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